Date of Award
Specialist in Education
Educational Leadership, Research and Technology
Dr. Charles C. Warfield
Dr. Lawrence Schlack
Masters Thesis-Open Access
The intern's goal was to gain leadership experience relative to the position of an administrator. The objectives for meeting the internship were:
1. Acquisition of administrative and organizational skills in the development of policy content and procedures of the United Nations.
2. Acquisition of humanistic skills in administrative group communication and public relations techniques.
3. Development and acquisition of technical skills used in formulating policy and procedures of the United Nations.
Methods for accomplishing the objectives were active participation, discussions, and observations. Objectives were achieved as demonstrated by summary information and products. The internship took place at the United Nations Secretariat headquarters, in the Division of Personnel Services which is the Recruitment Programs Section responsible for recruiting and selecting qualified professional candidates for the United Nations agencies. The period of the internship was from January 1985 to March 1985 and represented 320 hours.
Kasemsuwan, "Summary of an Internship at the Recruitment Programs Section of the United Nations" (1986). Master's Theses. 3317.